The same applies to Gameloft. Gameloft, Modern Combat, Modern Combat 2, NOVA, NOVA 2.... you guys consistently make the best dual stick shooters on the iPhone. And yet, dual stick shooters are near unplayable on the slippery glass screen of the iPhone. To say that it gets annoying is a vast understatement. What you need for your games to be far more pleasant experiences to play is this... http://icontrolpad.com/ Something like that would make the iPhone into an actual gaming device and your stellar games would get the type of controls they actually deserve. Unfortunately, that device has been in production for 2+ years and seems no closer to releasing on anything close to a mass scale, just like the Pandora (from the same people) has been in production for 3+ years and is no closer to releasing on a mass scale. Like the Pandora, the current talk is that the iControlPad will be manufactured in batches of a few dozen or so at a time, and shipped out one by one over the course of many years. So I say, gameloft, you guys should take the initiative. Either talk to the people behind the iControlPad and help them get the device in mass production, or if not, make such an accessory yourselves. I just don't understand how no name accessory companies still managed to have accessories in mass production specifically for the iPhone 4 a full two weeks before it even gets released, and in consumers electronics stores around the planet by launch, and yet a company like Pandora could've spent 3+ years and still have trouble getting their product into production on anything close to a mass scale (I'm talking about the Pandora as much as I am about the iControlPad here). Gameloft, please work with Pandora. Make sure it gets supported in all your games, I promise that it would greatly aid in the sale of your games.